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    porter_jamie – Member

    Northwind. Its got a blade swingarm and all sorts. Not my bike I just designed and made the extension.

    Ah har. Got any pics?

    tymbian
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    A Summer house project….my first time working with shingles…

    I have the ridge & Fascia shingles to finish, T & G floor inside to stain, seating and a table to make as well as the internal T & G panneling.

    JCL
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    Holy crap that’s where all the forests go!

    tymbian
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    At JCL…..Yep, wood; the only sustainable building material. No cement used. Not even on the fence-posts.

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    mike smith – you just made me very hungry!
    northwind – no, but i’ll try and get one


    more mini block mods

    bencooper
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    Superb work!

    Thank you πŸ˜‰

    Today’s work, a nice understated Brompton:

    Rohloff, Hope discs, Speed Drive, King headset,…

    Premier Icon Stoner
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    some people have far too much money πŸ™‚

    Im guessing that cost at least 4k!

    compositepro
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    hank you

    Today’s work, a nice understated Brompton:

    Rohloff, Hope discs, Speed Drive, King headset,…

    did you make the frame too Ben?

    bencooper
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    Im guessing that cost at least 4k!

    Not quite that much πŸ˜‰

    did you make the frame too Ben?

    Made the forks from scratch, modified the rear triangle quite a bit – the main frame and stem are standard.

    compositepro
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    Made the forks from scratch, modified the rear triangle quite a bit – the main frame and stem are standard.

    awwwww man i asked this on the other place…you might as well make the whole schebang if they complain send them my email address….lol

    bencooper
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    I am thinking about it – well, making an improved folder inspired by the Brompton – but at the moment it’s easier to modify existing Bromptons. They have the economies of scale for things like catches and pivots.

    dabble
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    Some inspiring stuff on this thread.

    Me, my dad, and a bloke from South Shields called Peter Brown. Made 3 of these so far, this is a picture of the first. The latest has longer pneumatic and electrical boxes on the front and different mountings for the guide lasers.
    The latest was installed and commissioned on Friday.

    coffeeking
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    Wasn’t the LAST thing I made (some of) but it’s the only one I can show you…

    goon
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    1/48 F-9F Bearcat

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    Made the pully fit the centre

    qwerty
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    Shabby clock for garage

    [b]

    john_drummer
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    last thing I took a picture of was my 7×7 shed:

    last night I completed a Tamiya 1/24 Mercedes SLR McLaren 722 edition model kit, but I haven’t taken any photos yet.
    one of these:

    DrP
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    Father and son frame bags…

    DrP

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    compositepro – Member

    fruitbat, are you sure that faces flat
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    Yes I think it is. The tool now has the addition of a pack of bellville washers to provide the axial load.

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    tri bar spacers

    rossi46
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    My shed πŸ˜€

    Ok, it’s not flashy or even that big (i have got my bikes and the kids bikes plus my fishing gear and a load of other stuff in it though!), but i did build it from out of a pile of random bits of wood.
    And it’s my first attempt at building anything πŸ˜†
    Also it survived ‘hurricane force’ winds yesterday πŸ˜‰

    psychobiker
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    Not made, more of a put up. My Β£800 ebay purchase conservatory. Had to lower the height of the roof, as the house it came from was absolutely massive, and we hadn’t got the height.

    First and last conservatory I will ever put up.

    samuri
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    Not made, created donchewknow. From a reference picture, obviously.

    Amy Winehouse by Jon Wyatt, on Flickr

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    [/url] Freecycled wood shed by nobeerinthefridge, on Flickr[/img]

    Recycled from a fence that was in the garden when we moved in. We bought a piece of the neighbours garden, which is 5 inches deep in the red chips you can see, and it’s about 150m2. That’s gonna be a fair bit of barrowing!. This ain’t it’s final position, my shed is going there. Takes 6m3 of logs, and I’ve two others that take 4m3 each, so I reckon I can fit 3 years wood in them. I’ve just got the roofing felt to go on.

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    Prepare to be astounded:

    It’s a coat rack, btw…

    Edric 64
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    Dinner today and a chilli for tea tomorrow

    nealc
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    This bed is my latest creation, currently en route to Australia! Pic by our very own bikey phographer, Joolze Dymond!

    JD4_2907 by nealcrampton, on Flickr

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    I like that Househusband and love the bed neilc.

    At the start of the week I made this cupboardy, chesty drawery thing…

    …and then later in the week I made this corner shelf unit for a basin…

    …and later still, I made this shop counter with (not very)secret storage in the top and a bench, for the same shop.

    This week was unusually MDF-centric… πŸ™‚

    Sawyer
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    Made a hash of removing a linkage bolt. Which I think will end up making me poor. And sad.

    nealc
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    yeah but the thing is KAyak23 you make 3 things in a week, i make one a month!

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    This is a great thread but perhaps we need to differentiate between items made as part of your job – and otherwise!

    Bianchi-Boy
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    That really is an excellent portrait Samuri.

    nealc
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    what your not a professional coat-hook maker househusband?

    nealc
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    and job implies making money – i certainly dont manage that!

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    To be honest it’s not part of my job really. I teach in a college, and i made these for friends and relations during this week(Half-Term)

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    Samuri’s scribbling is rather nice, but more impressed by psychobiker’s conservatory!

    I grew the veg to make this 😳

    Premier Icon househusband
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    what your not a professional coat-hook maker househusband?

    Nope, I’m a ‘Technologies’ (as we’re now known under the new ‘Curriculum for Excellence in Scotland) secondary teacher – so I’m an utter amateur amongst contributors here!!!

    samuri
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    Thanks for the comments.

    There is something wrong with it although you’d need to be an Amy afficianado to notice it.

    samuri
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    Awesome looking meal bearneccesities by the way.

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